The best food halls in NYC and what you should eat
If NYC’s best food halls and food courts bring out your decision paralysis, stress no more—we chose for you
FiDi-focused restaurant mogul Peter Poulakakos has launched a whopping 10 projects south of Chambers Street (Dead Rabbit, Pier A Harbor House), but this industrial-styled French-food complex is his largest undertaking yet. The 30,000-square-foot market is divided into a bakery-café, meat and cheese stalls, an open-air grocery shop and two sit-down restaurants, Beaubourg and L’Appart.
What to order: Class up food-court dining with L’Appart’s French tasting menu helmed by Daniel alum Nicolas Abello.